Lyanna Mormont's Heroic Moment During "Battle Of Winterfell" Becomes A Major Talking Point On Twitter, Netizens Call Her The "youngest And Bravest Hero"

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Lyanna Mormont of 'Game of Thrones', also called the Lady of Bear Island is known for cutting to the chase and speaking up about what is bothering everyone in the room.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Lyanna Mormont of 'Game of Thrones', also called the Lady of Bear Island is known for cutting to the chase and speaking up about what is bothering everyone in the room.The third episode of 'Game of Thrones' saw the 16-year-old's death in a battle sequence. 

The episode shows a  giant from the army of the dead storming through the gates of the Winterfell and with the only thought to protect the living, Lyanna leads from the front, as she has always before, she chargers and comes face to face with the giant.

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However, the giant then picks her up, crushing her bones in the process. But before she breathes her last, Lyanna stabs the giant in his eye with dragon glass, killing him instantly. This heroic moment of the "Battle of Winterfell", has become the major talking point on Twitter and many netizens have also called her the 'youngest and bravest' hero. 

Here are some of the reactions: 

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The highly anticipated episode 3 of Season 8 aired on Sunday and saw the ‘Battle of Winterfell’- shot over 55 days with 750 people, directed by Miguel Sapochnik.

 

 

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